Chemtura to invest $100m expanding Gujarat bromine units

By Laura Syrett
Published: Friday, 02 November 2012

Chemical company hopes to increase group’s Indian revenues ten-fold

US-based chemicals company Chemtura Corp., which recently acquired the bromine division of Indian Avantha Group’s Solaris ChemTech, plans to invest up to Indian rupee (INR) 540 crore ($100m)* in expanding its manufacturing units in Gujarat, The Hindu Business Line has reported. Craig Rogerson, Chemtura...

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